Fri Apr 27, 2012, 11:49 AM
HughBeaumont (21,208 posts)
FB post: "It's called 'Right' for a Reason!" Yes, and here's mine . . .
. . . America is like a Winston Cup vehicle; turning left, it will stay on course with a few bumps here and there. What happens when it's forced into (or makes) a hard turn to the right?
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Fri Apr 27, 2012, 02:22 PM
ieoeja (8,537 posts)
6. How about the correct reason?
"Inside the chamber where the National Assembly met, members of the Third Estate sat on the left side and members of the First Estate sat on the right. The Third Estate consisted of revolutionaries, while the First Estate were nobles. Thus, the left wing of the room was more liberal, and the right wing was more conservative."